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have to take a break, but when we come back, one and possibly future candidate rick perry often takes the don't mess with texas logo too literally, but he may just be messing with the people of texas. we'll explain what that means, next on "now." >>> to some republican governor like texas governor rick perry, the most outrageous thing in the world is not 639 p 3 million texans don't have health insurance or that hospital emergency rooms are being swamped by people seeking basic medical care or his state is dead last when it comes to health insurance coverage. no, for governor perry, the most outrageous thing in the world is that the federal government wants to help him do something about it. now more than three years after president obama's health care plan was signed into law and nine months after it was upheld by the supreme court, governor perry is still fighting to make sure that texas holds onto its last place ranking. on monday, perry and the state's two republican senators teamed up as a press conference to double down on the decision to reject under the affordable care acts. i
the sponsors for various ships. and it's a very significant ship that mrs. perry is the sponsor for. she's the sponsor for the u.s.s. cole and i want to welcome you, lee perry, here this morning and thank you for all you've done and supporting your husband and his marvelous career. thank you, ms. perry. (applause) >> our speaker this morning, the former secretary of defense william perry, i first met when he was the deputy secretary of defense, and he and mrs. perry came to korea where i was the c5j5 and i was assigned to escort them around. and i had a lot of those kinds of duties while i was assigned to korea. but it was the most pleasant experience i had and i say that honestly, to get to know these two people. and he then became our secretary of defense. and many of us that have served thought that he was one of the best secretary of defenses we've ever had. he's currently a senior fellow at the hoover institute and a freeman foley institute of international studies. he is the michael and barbara bavarian professor at stanford university and serves as co-director of the nuclear risk
." we go to the band perry. >>> from new york city, this is "nightline" with cynthia mcfadden. >> thanks for ginning us. drive through any major thoroughfair in america and you'll find a taco bell. in a country fuelled by classic cuisine, we take a look at an american company causing quite a stir. >> reporter: they could be screaming for a boy band, but instead they're screaming for all things, a taco. >> i want it! >> cool ranch. >> cool ranch. >> jimmy: that's right, cool ranch doritos. taco bell's transformation of the traditional taco, and if they have any say in it, the entire fast food industry. how did that concept come about? >> that's the story everyone's wanted to know. how it started was a few years ago, we were about to turn 15 so i said you know what i want? i want to reinvent the taco. if you think about the taco, it hasn't changed in 50 years. it's corn, yellow and formed in the change of a taco. there's been innovation in buns and burgers and everyone else. but no innovation in tacos. i told the team, let's reinvent the taco. >> a uniquely american delicacies. >> i'm an a
was found in a small space between two buildings near ground zero. >> the third story, governor rick perry of texas asking for an apology from a california newspaper that published an editorial cartoon appearing to link perry's push to less regulation to the recent fertilizer plant explosion that killed 14 people and injured many others. it's a image of perry bragging that business is booming and it's with a picture of an explosion. perry responded saying, quote, i won't stand for somebody mocking the tragic deaths of my fellow texans and our fellow americans. for their part, at this point, the pap is standing by the cartoon and it was a disregard for perry's disregard for safety and not an attempt for disregarding any victims. >>> and the online discount site acknowledged a security breach saying their names and passwords may have been affected and the credit card information of the customers was not affected. >>> number five, one-time tabloid fixture, manti te'o, got drafted. >> with the 38th selection in the 2013 nfl draft, the san diego chargers proudly select, manti te'o, linebacker,
.5 million. "the croods," number 2, "tyler perry's temptation" at $21 million - we will talk about that in just a minute - and "olympus has fallen" and "oz, the great and powerful" coming in at number 5. now, tyler perry was a scene-stealer this week. [erik laughs - it was a surprise! coming in at number 3. - the amount was a surprise. i think the placement wasn't too much a surprise. i was expecting maybe around $15, $16 million, because we kind of joked last week that you put tyler perry in the madea character, his numbers are usually a lot higher, and this one doesn't have that, it is more of a straightforward drama, and the numbers were pretty extraordinary. - and because this is the 9th time that mr. perry has come in above $20 million, he now joins the ranks of steven spielberg- - and robert zemeckis. two of my favorite directors of all time coupled with one of my least favorite directors of all time. - you go tyler. - no. go away. - meanwhile, lionsgate stock, up almost 70% for the past year. not too shabby. it's trading just off its highs. moving on to what is coming up thi
to the ballpark. the cubs are 4-4 so far this season >> it might be the easiest $7 million katy perry ever earned. we'll tell you how. ...so you say men are superior drivers? yeah? then how'd i get this... [ voice of dennis ] ...safe driving bonus check? every six months without an accident, allstate sends a check. silence. are you in good hands? with the innovating and the transforming and the revolutionizing. it's enough to make you forget that you're flying five hundred miles an hour on a chair that just became a bed. you see, we're doing some changing of our own. ah, we can talk about it later. we're putting the wonder back into air travel, one innovation at a time. the new american is arriving. >>> katy perry $7 million mansion is up for sale if you're in the market. it was originally purchased by russell brand. after he and perry filed for divorce in 2011 the rights went to perry. she's looking to sell it. for the record, her and brand never even moved into the house. >>> lindsay lohan is off to rehab next month to supposedly get her life in order. buff the public has little faith in the ac
. >>> plus, it just might be the easiest $7 million katy perry ever earned. we'll tell you how. you're watching "early today." >>> good morning, welcome back. we're looking at a pretty average weather going on across seattle and portland. right now, starting off in the mid-40s. we've got 50s down across california. a couple of light showers in the pacific northwest. it shouldn't be all that heavy. even portland will see improvements by the afternoon. san francisco, 64 degrees today. l.a. should top out at 71. then as we end off the work week on friday a couple more shower it's in northwest. the snow continues to fall into montana and denver, back up to 51. l.a., a little cooler topping out in the upper 60s. again, pretty typical stuff going on in the northwest. >> thanks, dylan. >>> katy perry's $7 million mansion is up for sale. the home was originally purchased by russell brand. but after he and perry filed for divorce in 2011 the rights of the mansion went to perry. and now she's looking to sell. for the record, neither of the patient even moved into the house. >>> lindsay lohan
perry, who made a trip to chicago to lure biotech to his state. texas governor rick perry wants to lure biotech companies to relocate to texas with a personal pitch made at the bio international convention in chicago. "god bless you, and we'll see you in texas." "i would suggest that it's as competative as anywhere. these are companies that can move around. we have to show that our environment is conducive to business and that we have the obvious workforce." perry's appearance follows a week-long series of radio and print ads in chicago costing $80,000 and paid for by a texas marketing group promoting texas as a better place for business than illinois. "the private sector gets to keep more of its money, and that's what makes the quality of life a draw for biotech companies." perry is hardly the only suitor trying to catch biotech's eye. in fact, nearly every state and a lot of countries have set up booths at the convention. as an industry, biotech is bouncing back. twelve biotechs went public last year. the head of one of them, san diego-based regulus therapeutics, predicts as many as 2
william perry speak. and the final speaker tomorrow will be the commander of north com, it will be the first time the northern command... >> ladies and gentlemen, welcome to day two of the senior leader seminar for san francisco fleet week 2012. we had a great day yesterday and we're going to have an even greater day today. we've got a number of people that i would like to bring up to welcome you all. while this senior leader seminar is going on, there's a number of other activities that are going on at the same time. and a very important activity is some training that's taking place on treasure island. it's training by the san francisco fire department and it's become a huge hit with the marines and the sailors that are able to get this training. with that, i'd like to have our police chief -- fire chief from san francisco, chief hayes white, come forth and talk to you about some of these events and the fire department's role. thank you. >> thank you, thank you very much. thank you, general. good morning, everyone. welcome to san francisco. this is day two of the senio
governor rick perry boasting that business is booming in texas, in front of a picture of a massive blast. governor perry responded to the bee with this statement. it was with extreme disappoint i viewed your recent cartoon. while i will always welcome healthy debate, i won't stand for this. the paper is standing by cartoonist jack omen, who wrote on the paper's website, i am not really trying to be tasteless. i am not. what i am trying to do is get readers to think about an issue in a striking way. perry has been promoting texas as having a better business climate than california with fewer regulations. sacramento constitutional attorney jeff kravetz called the cartoon good journalism. >> this is a serious and important issue. this cartoon used a shocking method to bring people's attention to it. that's what his job is. >> reporter: a stinging commentary. now it's the bee in the headlines. and this cartoon debate isn't over yet. i am told the editorial team is preparing a response to governor perry that will be published in tomorrow's edition. in sacramento, kpix 5. >> and tonight gover
this morning, former secretary of defense william perry. (applause) >> what a pleasure it is to be aboard this symbol of america's millery power, the uss macon island. what a pleasure it is to be among the men and women of our armed forces and the men and women of the first responders of the san francisco bay area. fleet week for many years in san francisco was a somewhat [inaudible] affair and it has been transformed into this great coming together by the military and the first responders, the great coming together of our uniformed personnel and a great [speaker not understood] of san francisco. this amazing transformation in the last few years was due primarily to the vision and the dedication of three people, george and charlotte schultz and mike myers. i'd like to pause to thank all three of them for this work. (applause) >> and in april of 1996, my last year as secretary of defense, i met one morning intelligence briefing at 7 o'clock along with general charlie. the previous day general hughes had briefed us that the chinese military were to begin extensive military maneuvers in the
about the tyler perry. it wasn't a tyler perry. it based off a book by james madison and tyler perry just happened to be in it. >> yes, but he happened to direct it. >> but you said you didn't know. >> greg, you said you were on a movie with "dark knight rises." and you thought they shouldn't have shown it. >> i ordered the film. but i didn't know. virgin american has stuff you can order -- >> they don't edit their films. >> they don't. they had one of the 9/11 films on on the plane. and this was like -- i'm not kidding. and i'm going, you can actually order that? and i'm, like, sitting there and i'm going, who would do that? anyway, i was watching the "batman" movie and i'm going, oh mir oh, my god, i think i'm having a panic attack. luckily i was so prepared for that. >> so you took another -- >> yes, i took another. >> -- and then you were fine. >> i was fine. >> the lesson to you, kids, is always have another because you never know. >> you might take two and then have an extra one in your wallet. and when your wife says, what are you doing? you're saying, nothing, honey, i have a
you will need the windshield wipers on heading through the morning. perry hall's temperatures at 52 right now. and the wind will pick up as we go throughout the day as well. and this is what you can expect as we go through time. high temperatures coming in right around 65 degrees with the winds picking up. let's check the abc2 timesaver traffic with lauren cook good morning. >> reporter: good morning. we do have a crash on 95. it involves an overturned car on the southbound lanes near eastbound 195. expect delays in the area. northbound travel will be cleared to downtown baltimore and for those of you use 95 in white marsh there's absolutely nothing to worry about as you make the push down to the fort mchenry tunnel. we have a crash in white marsh along the westbound lanes of route 43 near perry hall. 695 will be clear from parkville up to towson and you want to watch out for the west side of the beltway. it's going get trekkie at interstate 70. a 7ment delay on the outer loop from 795 counsel to-- down to 70 and those in hunt valley nice and clear and nothing to get in your way mak
cheney walked into the room, a guy by the name of phillip perry at the time the general couple of white house budget and office and he made it clear the bush administration would not support granting regulatory authority over chemical security to the epa. perry claimed the proposal was tantamount to overreach and they would need congress to specifically authorize it. kristin whitman and tom ridge rebuffed, figured out the thing to do was go to congress and ask for the authority necessary. whitman writes in their book, it's my party too, the battle for the gop of america, although tom and i agreed such we agreed legislation was necessary, strong congressional opposition led by some republicans on the senate environment and public works committee and house energy committee to giving epa even the modest, statutory authority made it difficult to secure administration support for a meaningful bill. basically, the bush administration from above pulled support for that bill because the chemical industry does not want to be regulated by the epa. fast forward to 2007, and perry, dick cheney's so
the numbers drop the morning. >> we will not get updated on our weather perry e. >> that 80s will be the norm and the temperatures will be 4 to 8 degrees normal the and what we saw yesterday. here's a look at the highs. oakland is at 83 degrees. 82 degrees is expected in livermore. here is a live look at the san jose. if you can see that today will be 80 degrees. upper 70's for mountain view it will be very warm for today but this heat wave will be relatively short lived. i will have a full details on the extended forecast coming up. >> it is still a fairly easy ride here at the bay bridge toll plaza westbound commute is not valid backup for but a slowing is accounting for about 16 to 18 minutes out of the macarthur mayes. for interstate 680 in fremont, the mission boulevard off ramp is closed because of an overturned semi truck. the big mills is that it is not have an impact on the commute direction and it has not yet affected the northbound lanes. if you can use north mission instead. >> metropolitan transportation commission is holding a meeting this morning to discuss the failed bay bridg
, deborah perry piscione. you write that silicon valley is its own unique ecosystem. what do you mean by thatsome. >> guest: well, you know, it's a very distinctive culture that is based on collaboration, cooperation and consensus, and i know in washington, d.c. that's quite a foreign concept. but while many people have discussed elements of silicon valley, what i did was taking a step back. being an outsider, it gave me the unique perspective to really draw in and say what is it that makes this culture connect. and it is this ecosystem where you have your educational institutions such as stanford university, you have your venture capitalists, you have your service providers, your lawyers, your bankers, your accountants, that sort of thing, your entrepreneurs, and many other factors that really make up this ecosystem. and where people become involved in the process of an entrepreneur's idea from start to finish. and that's what makes it so unique, is there's such engagement at so many different levels. >> host: you go on to write that there is something in the air here between stanfor
perry. [applause] >> thank you for coming. it was just a few years ago we created the star of texas reward to honor our responders, those that were injured or killed in the line of duty. every year we have the families of those we have lost, some of those injured first responders but come to the capital. i have met with those families and hurt those stories. without exception, the stories -- and heard those stories. they demonstrated extraordinary community pride to a person. our first responders know they are placing themselves in danger, whether they are braving the flames of fire, whether they are transporting injured via a helicopter or racing to the scene of an accident, first know better thantte anyone there is no such thing as a routine emergency. those who died last week certainly know about, but it did theylow them down, as raced toward of earning factory. factory. the burning their stories are in inspiration, but they are also heartbreaking. there the brothers but did everything together, including fire fed -- fighting fires. they are the young technicians who left a train
senators who have pledged to filibuster. i want to bring in nbc news politics producer casey hunt and perry bacon, political editor for the grio.com and msnbc contributor as well. casey, start with you. between bloomberg's ads as we were mentioning, that scoring system, and the families lobbying for the next few days, i know that you're going to be talking with the newtown parents. what are you hearing about what the families are doing today? >> they're going to spend about three days up here on the hill, all the way through thursday, trying to talk to members and really bring home the emotional toll that gun violence takes, something that a lot of lawmakers up here feel have been lost in the wake of newtown, that so much time has passed, people are starting to forget just how heart-breaking this tragedy was. the other question up here, of course, is how senator harry reid, the majority leader, is going to proceed on gun legislation. i just spoke with some of his top aides and they say that he's going to decide by the end of the day how to proceed. so senators joe manchin and pat toomey, wh
outside from our roof cam perry era there is a mix bag for now but into afternoon we will have plenty of sunshine. there will be a lot of sunshine and temperatures will be in the '70s. it will be mostly clear during the evening hours. as for your temperature is everyone will be making their ways into the 50s. it is 51 degrees right now in downtown san francisco. mid-70s for livermore and upper 70's for antioch. we are looking for low the mid-70s for the north. 70 degrees is expected for novato. we do have a low pressure to the north the bus and a cloud cover will be sticking to the north as well as the cloud cover. it will be a breeze the weekend and store. i will have a look at your full forecast coming up. >> new this morning, san francisco police are investigating a shooting that took a 22 year-old man's life. it happened in the city's upscale nob hill neighborhood around 2:30 a.m., near pacifica anntaylor ave. police said argument preceded the shooting. the 55 era suspect is in police custody this morning. >> new this morning, as congress debates the latest gun-control proposals.
cynthia. governor perry paid tribute to their life today. >> people choose this line of work because they believe in making a better community, a safer community. i've often said that a life given to public service is a life well-lived and mike and cynthia gave their all in the service of their community. >> at a press conference with local and federal investigation officials, governor perry announced the reward for convictions have been raised to $200,000. officials say the investigation continues and is too early to say who is responsible. authorities have no hard leads, only theories. they are investigating ties to a mexican cartel and a local gang and looking at former employees. they are also investigating this group, the aryan brotherhood of texas, a white supremist gang. joining me now from kaufman county, texas, is nbc news correspondent gabe gutierrez. gabs, thanks for being here tonight. >> reporter: good to be here, al. >> do authorities think there could be a connection with the texas aryan brotherhood? what are they saying? >> reporter: sources tell nbc right now that th
thinking about this story makes me angry. these people diverting the flight over a tyler perry movie. the only thing objectionable in a tyler perry movie is the very idea you're going to be somehow entertained. other than that, there is nothing bad about these movies. for them to do this and for all these other poor passengers, i would poor scotch on all of them and pretend to light a match. >> oh, that's terrible. tucker, i was thinking about this. the fact they diverted and landed in chicago means it's not a big deal to pull a plane over. it's like a bus. i always thought it took a lot of time and it was expensive, but apparently -- >> oh, it does. it talskes a lot of time and its very expensive. >> yer >> yes, i would think so. but i've been on buses where a guy threw up next to me and they don't pull over. >> that's new york city. every captain is like captain bly. you are the unquestioned authority. you are the dictator. you're in command. >> i love it when you do stuff like that because i don't know what it means. it's like being interviewed by dennis miller. i should read more
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emergencia. >> rick perry asegurÓ que es demasiado pronto para seÑalar culpables. >> no obstante, advirtiÓ de la presencia de jefes del cartel de la droga de mÉxico y la inseguridad de su estado. >> la maÑana en punto de las 11:00 de la maÑana, se realizara un servicio religioso en memoria del fiscal, al que se espera que asistan el gobernador rick perry. >> estaremos pendientes enrique de tus informes muchÍsimas gracias para ti. >> traficantes de heroÍna y cocaÍna sufrieron un gran revÉs, mÁs de 100 sospechosos fueron arrestado en connecticut, nueva york, puerto rico producto de una investigaciÓn que duro 15 meses. mÁs de 100 agentes participaron y la mitad enfrenta cargos necesidfederales y la otd cargos estatales. >> en taek sexas han organizado redada. dos hombres escaparon de una prisiÓn y uno de ellos estÁ acusado de extrangular a una persona y el otro de robo evadir el arresto y posesiÓn de sustancias prohibidas, sus ropas de prisiÓn fueron encontradas tiradas en una vÍa fÉrrea. >> los excesos en el trato a sus jugadores motivaron el despido del entrenador de balncesto
and secretary perry into the briefing we had a discussion about the whole program at fleet week. we talked about all the public events that went on but we also talked a lot and concentrated a lot on the senior leadership program and what the rest of disaster preparedness was about. in that conversation we started talking about the internationals a special agent of fleet week. secretary perry actually suggested that we extend invitations to people from around the world that they might benefit from the discussions that we're having. admiral roughhead suggested that his friends from chile had an experience down in their part of the world with an earthquake and thought it would be a good idea for us to hear about the operations that the chilean navy had undertaken for helping out their citizens. we have a panel here today, we actually have two panels we're going to roll through. one is stories from the field, if you will, people's experiences in working in international environments to help promote humanitarian missions. fleet week got involved with a humanitarian mission back in october i
up. >>> governor rick perry of texas is demanding an apology tonight from the sacramento bee over a cartoon. take a look. it features a quote about business booming in texas and then an explosion in the next panel. last week a huge blast of a texas fertilizer plant exploded. they say the artist has made it clear empathy for the victims and made a strong statement about perry's disregard for worker safety. >>> you know all parents want to keep their children safe. some are literally bulletproofing them. >> michael finney has more on this story. >> we are talking about military grade protection. it is a reasonable precaution or is it extreme reaction? it calls controversy to put kids in body armer. >> and the creepy critter that showed up at starbucks and what one local county had to do. >> we have music from paramore. tesha is us. what is your name? >>> since the sandy hook tragedy keeping children safe is top of mind for many communities. >> its independenceable but now a controversial option for parents to consider. bulletproof backpacks for their kids. >> here is michael finney
will those temperatures go? i'll be back with the weekend forecast coming up. >>> governor rick perry of texas is demanding an apology tonight from the sacramento bee over a cartoon. take a look. it features a quote about business booming in texas and then an explosion in the next panel. last week a huge blast of a texas fertilizer plant exploded. they say the artist has made it clear empathy for the victims and made a strong statement about perry's disregard for worker safety. >>> you know all parents want to keep their children safe. some are literally bulletproofing them. >> michael finney has more on this story. >> we are talking about military grade protection. it is a reasonable precaution or is it extreme reaction? it calls controversy to put kids in body armer. >> and the creepy critter that showed up at starbucks and what one local county had to do. >> we have music from paramore. tesha is us. [ male announcer ] fact: the 100% electric nissan leaf... is more fun than ever. sees better than ever. ♪ charges faster. and will charge. cool. and heat. from your phone. fact: leaf
's no limit to what we can achieve. <perry throws out the first pitch> the a's honored john perry ha irst >>> a north bay little league coach got called up to the majors today. [cheers and applause] >> the a's honored him by having him throw out the first pitch in their game against baltimore. he has been coaching the a's of santa rosa's west side for 40 years. he pays for the kid's uniforms and gear out of his own pocket and maintains the field himself and scheduled to coach his 1,000th game next mont
choice than ever. ♪ shop at choosenissan.com. ♪ <perry throws out the first >>> a north bay little the majors today. led out to the a's honored john perry by having him throw out the first pitch in their game against baltimore. he's been coaching the a's as santa rosa's west side little league for 40 years. and that's about 39 more than what he had planned on. >> i thought it would be one season. and then i kind of got caught in it. and i have players returning each year, so i didn't want to leave them behind, so i would come back every year if i can. >> get this, he pays for the kids uniforms and it goes out of his own pocket, even maintaining the field himself. he's schedul to coach his 1,000th game next month. >>> i'm dennis o'donnell, how good were the warriors tonight in game -- i'm dennis o'donnell, how good were the warriors tonight in their game? we'll have it all for you coming up next. ,,,, star command, i'm detecting high levels of happiness. luscious locks there's an entire land here...with living cars. now this is flying... with style. great glittering galaxies. disne
of marriage as a union between one man and one woman. >>> millionaire bob perry who bankrolled numerous campaigns has died. he was instrumental in the swift vote veterans for truth movement. he backed john kerry. bob perry was 80 years old. >>> "saturday night live" used last week's senate debate on gun reform to open the show. they mocked the congressional defeating. >> we are confident that this bill will pass the senate and it will then go to the house of representatives where it will immediately get shot down. >> that's right. and that is not a metaphor. no, they will literally throw the bill up in the air and shoot it with a gun. i've seen it done. >> and that is your morning dish of scrambled politics. leave it to snl. >>> before we take a look at your forecast, we want you to check it out. this is what happened in bismarck, north dakota, on sunday. they're no strangers to nasty weather, but more than 17 inches of record-breaking snow in mid april is just too much. meanwhile, chaos on the road in minnesota. blizzard conditions caused three semi trucks to clyde. one truck was hauli
's perry ed we will talk to rob black in 15 minutes. >> yesterday we set records in the weather at the apartment.department. it was a t day to go to the beach. it will bear a lot cooler today are around the entire district. the temperatures are about 15 degrees cooler. it is still above seasonal average perry ed we are talking mostly clear conditions by letter on tonight. into tomorrow there is very little changes and plenty of sunshine to go or around. i will have the full details and i will walk you through this in just a few minutes. >> as we are not tracking any hot spots on the freeway. we are going to take a quick look at the golden gate bridge for 1 01 south. art is still recovering from early morning problems and they have a single track through san francisco. the service has now been restored. other public transit a stillborn on-time including caltran. >> a stolen car has led police on a high-speed chase. that car that crashed into a muni bus. it also crashed into a building at knocked over a fire hydrant. kron4 mike pelton is live in san francisco. >> the fire hydrant
between two buildings right near ground zero. >>> in texas, rick perry wants an apologize from the "sacramento bee." it linked perry's push for less regulati regulations. it's with a picture of an explosion. perry responded on facebook saying i won't stand from somebody mocking the tragic deaths of my fellow texans and our fellow americans. for their part the paper stands by the cartoon saying it was perry's statement on disregard for worker safety and not a disregard for any of the victims. >>> and then the bombing suspect, dzhokhar tsarnaev, has been moved to the federal medical facility, devens, 40 miles away from boston. he was being treated at at hospital where some of the victims were being treated. and dzhokhar has recovered enough to sit up and write and he has not revealed any more substantial information since being read the miranda rights. i am joining you live here in boston, beautiful morning, sun coming up to my right and behind me a beautiful makeshift memorial for the victims of the bombing. it continues to grow and grow. people from all around the world sending
a point. a lot of people not find humorous at all, spantt start texas governor rick perry. we'll have that story next. >> and also back on dry land. many people may not have survived. a brother and sister left to fend for themselves after a fishing boat sank. they were within sight of the shore but no guarantee to make it back to land. >> we felt the wind behind us and tried to use that as a gauge. ♪ using telemedical and mobile technologies, verizon innovators are connecting trauma surgeons to patients in the field. helping them get the attention they need, before they even reach the hospital. because the world's biggest challenges deserve even bigger solutions. powerful answers. verizon. >> welcome back. this just in, reportless of an - reports of an explosion. it is in detroit no word on what caused the blast. there are no reports of any injuryings. we'll bring you the details as we get them. a deadly fire in georgia, killings a mother and four children. this happened in noonan 30 mimes southwest of atlanta. an electrical panel ignited the fire in the home's den. one child manage
fields where everybody is in the hall of family, henry johnson, joe perry, i'm sure you remember all of them. now we have the great players part of our tradition. we are happy to offer a great event venue and steve young is here and he's the reason we've been able to win so many games and win the super bowl. what year was that? 1995. thank you very much. >> thanks, george. it's always to get reunited with him to see him. super bowl has a way of defining careers and cities and you look at the championships that have been here recently with the giants, obviously with the 49ers back in the mix and the history of 49ers we've had a history. the idea that it's here in san francisco makes sense. it's one of the greatest destination cities in america. now that's been taken care of and i appreciate those efforts. super bowls have a way of building a lot of bridges. this is a bridge building effort and i appreciate to be associated with that kind of inclusivity to allow people with any strained relationships over the year, that they can be amended and super bowl is a place to do that. if you t
we saw yesterday perry ed taken a live look at the the james lick freeway this is not much to concern yourself with. it is currently ed 50 degrees out and open. it is foggy in the north bay and the visibility is down to half a mile. this fog will burn off by mid morning and we will see a mix of clouds. the temperatures will be warmer and that actually will be the seasonal average. it is 73 degrees expected for santa clara. vallejo becoming then that 70 and 73 degrees for concord. it will be mid 60's for downtown san francisco. warm weather today but it will not last for long. by late afternoon we will see an increase in cloud cover and the winds will pick up. >> there may be some significant rain brought to the area and then maybe a quarter of an inch. this will be all the way to the higher elevations. futurecast 4 is tracking the rain in the bay area for tomorrow morning by 5:00 a.m.. we will be getting a healthy dose of rain. this will continue to push its way east. moderates and heavy rain is expected for livermore valley. this will affect your morning commute especially around rus
three months. today, texas governor rick perry warned, quote, everyone should be careful. as investigators remain tight-lipped about a possible plot to kill others. right now, security is stepped up at the county courthouse where both those prosecutors worked. officers are escorting employees into the building. local, state and federal officials are investigating the weekend killings of d.a. mike mclelland and his wife cynthia. he was shot multiple times. she was shot once with an assault rifle inside their texas home. investigators stay murders were not random but have few other answers. >> we're on alert. we take it very seriously. we're still in shock. i guess it is the best way to describe our feelings about this latest incident. >> these deaths come after texas investigators issued an ominous warning about the arian brotherhood of texas. late last year this happened. just two months ago, someone killed mclelland's top assistant as he walked into the courtroom. at the time, mclelland who was gunned down this weekend issued a warning for those responsible. >> i hope th
for reform actually is, even texas governor rick perry is calling for a more humane system speaking with a local tv station, perry said quote, we need to be having this conversation about how to deal with the 12 million that are here and how to create a more thoughtful system. my hope is both extremes of the debate get left outside. but if all sorts of people seem ready for reform and are urging sane discussion, in some corners things remain somewhat different. this year at a town hall, senator john mccain faced a raucous crowd as he announced his support for immigration reform. >> why didn't the army go down there and stop them? because the only thing that stops them i'm afraid to say and it's too damn bad, but is a gun. that's all that will stop them. >> the border is 2,000 miles long, sir, i don't know how many troops and army people you think would have been required. >> cut off their welfare, and they'll go back. you said build a fence, where's the fence? >> given the wild speculation floated thus far, republicans now seem loathe to let the crazy in as they begin serious debate
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the explosion in west, governor rick perry said he remained comfortable with the level of state oversight and called the demands for regulatory change quote a little premature. in a "new york times" op-ed a texas professor wrote to understand how deep the state's regulatory resistance runs, one need only to listen to attorney general. earlier this year he was asked what his job entailed. i go into the office in the morning, i sue barack obama and then i go home. no one embodies that anti-regulatory zeal more than rick perry had has taken his one-man show against government intervention all around the country. last week perry took his speech to illinois where he pitched employers to bring their business to texas. land of low taxes and even fewer regulations. a week before his visit, two days before the explosion, perry ran an ad that read quote, with rising taxes and government interference, your situation is not unlike a burning building on the verge of collapse. there is an escape route to economic freedom. it's time to check out texas. what's clear is that someone, with some amount of o
and spend a lot more people expected to be on the china that time. the idea is too awful lot perry headed chips. been a break rest completely mad street fairs and parades. giant gains. a stain bloody knives gains. this new crowd of the check could happen that rat on the bot getbay to breakers is right original right here on kron happy saturday everyone that's telecast sat it will be very nice disobedient.warm. police and 15. today. 49 and the blood valley. be careful 80 on a giant hot pepper.driving due to fog ninth consignee. what this afternhong long will this be won summerlike weather last. after a violent crash this week in san jose involving teenagers. the bridgestone teens drive smart driving experience is helping new drivers learn vital driving skills in a safe environment. let's turn over to mike pelton who joins us from the cow palace in san francisco. mike? the goal here is this the plight safe driving 13th. how to correct out of the fta.skid they have set up is the obstacle course to demonstrate how to get if you are and a soviet. they all know what to do. they will be teaching
. but they need to try a little harder. joining me now is melissa harris-perry, also lauren ashburn. thank you both for coming on the show tonight. >> thank you. >> tonight, melissa, let me ask you, did republicans flunk those classes they took earlier on how to talk to women and minorities? i mean, minority. >> you know, it's funny. it's like listening to the rand paul lecture very closely. it's like they were excited about this moment in american history when republicans were, in fact, the party of progressive, racial change. right? so they are thinking, all i've got to do is remind people that this label republican used to be on the people who were for integration or at least for full human equality against slavery, that sort of thing. the problem is, we already read the books. we already know that history and the way in which it shifted. the party now is going to have to make a claim about the party that it is today, not the party from the 19th century. >> lauren, not only read the books. i mean, we talked to our parents, our grandparents, my mother, father, and bishop were republicans and
people who are unaccounted for. so the numbers are, in fact, much higher. you have a governor, rick perry who has been trying to lure corporations particularly from california to texas saying, you know, this is a predictable climate. what he means it's an unregulate unregulated climate. >> john: getting the governments off our backs. >> this is what happened. from 2008 to 2011 more than 1800 worker deaths in texas. in california it was 1500. california has 40% more population. we need regulation to save lives, not self-reporting. and yet overall it's not only a problem. west texas this is a problem all over the united states with the cutbacks that we see, and unfortunately we see it also under the obama administration. we have something like 2200 osha inspectors for the entire country. if you were going to inspect every plant it would take 129 years for each plant to be inspected. that's not acceptable. >> john: is that the reason why they got away with it? i appreciate this is the defining argument of our times. are you going to have government oversight or are you going to allow the fr
accident on white marsh boulevard at perry hall. we still have that at 648 at lake front. there's a look at your speeds on the beltway. it's slow on the west side outer loop of the beltway. 42 is your average. that's a live look at that delay. that's the outer loop coming towards us. there's a look at 95 south of the beltway running just fine in that shot. now wjz has the stories people are talking about this morning. >> thank you. >>> secretary of state john kerr kerry wraps up a trip to asia today and he calls on north korea to reenter peace talk with the united states and its allies. tara mergener has the latest for wjz. >> north korean celebrated the birthday of kim sung, the country's found we are the unveiling of statutes and a marathon through the streets of the capital. no missile launch. secretary of state, john kerry, met with japanese prime minister monday morning. >> one thing is certain, we are united. >> he says the u.s. and japan are hoping to open negotiations with north korea. >> the burden is on yang. north korea must take mean ing ingful steps to show it will on commit
last hour governor rick perry announced that his office is putting up $100,000 reward on top of another $100,000 offered by the kaufman county crime stoppers. perry says he is confident that somebody is going to come forward. >> we cannot react with fear. we got to react with resolve. and our local state and federal authorities are pursuing every lead exhausting every line of inquiry in a relentless pursuit for those responsible for these crimes. we have full confidence that this investigation will lead to the conviction of whoever perpetrated these insidious crimes. >> our own george howell is in kaufman, texas. first of all, george, why is the governor so confident that they're going to find these guys, these killers? >> reporter: suzanne, the governor is certainly confident in the team. it's a multi-agency team looking into this case. also confident with the strategy. during this news conference we saw that they will start putting up billboards. we saw a mock-up inside the building. the mock-up shows of course mark and mike and his wife cynthia mclelland, shows their pictures, phone
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